Tag: Qur’an

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran – Juz’ 14

Below is a reflection on Juz’ 14 from Imam Khalis Rashaad who serves as the Resident Imam of Ibrahim Islamic Center in Houston, Texas. His reflection is entitled, “Between Spirituality and a Hard Place.” Imam Khalis Rashaad serves as the Resident Imam of Ibrahim Islamic Center in Houston, Texas. Ibrahim […]

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran – Juz’ 13

By Donna Auston We sent not a messenger except (to teach) in the language of his own people, in order to make (things) clear to them. —Surah Ibrahim: 4 Every race of people since time began who have attempted to describe God by words or painting, or by carvings, have […]

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Qur’an – Juz’ 2

By Margari Aziza Hill  Today is the second day of fasting in the month of Ramadan, with many of us reading the second of thirty equal portions (juz) of the Holy Qur’an. This section of the Qur’an is comprised of the chapter Al-Baqarah (The Cow) verses 142 to 252. In […]

No, Kant Is Not Better Than the Qu’ran

By Hakeem Muhammad The outpour of responses trying to source the motivation, access and opportunities for “Islamic extremism” intervention have been many. However, I have been particularly struck by the idea of university as a means to intercept “extremist” thought. Brendan O’Neil, editor of British online magazine Spiked, penned an […]